Oil Rocks: City Above the Sea

Oil Rocks: City Above the Sea

"Oil Rocks" - behind the enigmatic name lies the first and largest offshore oil-platform ever built, a vast city in the middle of the Caspian Sea, built by Stalin in 1949. 60 years on, "Oil Rocks" is still operational and the first western film crew ever receives access. Just imagine: 200 kilometers of bridges, thousands of oil workers, hundreds of platforms, up to nine-story buildings, a park and sports field, nothing less then an oil-rig Atlantis, only real. Combining archive footage from the Soviet era and the exclusive new footage, the film tells the story of this timeless place and it's inhabitants.

"Oil Rocks" - behind the enigmatic name lies the first and largest offshore oil-platform ever built, a vast city in the middle of the Caspian Sea, built by Stalin in 1949. 60 years on, "Oil... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Oil Rocks: City Above the Sea torrent reviews

Juliano K (us) wrote: exctalty what I would expect!=)

Ian C (br) wrote: Decent documentary about the history of Grindhouse flicks.

Esperana N (br) wrote: Its an entertaining film, a funny and romantic story, a nice romantic comedy!

Private U (it) wrote: Class of '84 without the robots.

Wayne K (ca) wrote: Continuing the Potter series' welcome journey from bright and childlike to dark and spooky, the Prisoner Of Azkaban was, for me, a significant improvement on the previous instalment, The acting is better, as the principal cast mature before our very eyes, both physically and emotionally, the story is better, being more compelling and giving extra depth to the characters, and the more frequent dark scenes create a genuinely creepy and foreboding atmosphere. Malfoy continues to be an utterly pointless irritation, and his comeuppances simply don't justify his presence. All his dialogue is cribbed straight from the 'How To Be A 1 Dimensional Bully' Handbook, and cutting him from the film would save not only time but also improve the pace. It has no big flaws aside from that, and is a very solid film for all ages. Kids deserve to see it for the magic and the scares, adults deserve to see it for its depth of character and genuinely touching moments.

Bailey G (mx) wrote: (A western horror film that goes no where)If there's without a doubt any film that's a western that's bad it's this one.From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money follows a group of men who plan to rob a bank. While on their way there and when they get there things don't go their way. When one man is turned into a vampire he turns almost all of his members into vampire except one, then they kill police officers when they arrive at the bank and the showdown begins. This film contains terrible acting, bad use of special effects and the storyline was just okay. There's nothing here to see, the vampires in this film are cheesy and lack the scariness that their supposed to have. Sadly but surely enough, this film does disappoint everyone and after watching the picture I can see why it got a low rating. The art form is okay and the way the characters are depicted in this film seems like the filmmakers where trying to hard. All in all this film lacks every element you can think of.

Robert I (au) wrote: Oh, Denny. Now I see where you were testing the waters for Crane.

James H (de) wrote: Pretty good sc-fi horror story, Rock Hudson adds to the film, he gives a fine performance. Interesting plot, but it does ultimately fail to convince.

Hashim G (fr) wrote: want to see it saw the movie in1976

Michael T (fr) wrote: Very few directors can pull off these multiple storyline films as well as Garcia does.

Guido S (ag) wrote: Probably the worst Bond movie ever made. A really boring remake of Thunderball without any of the flair or style of the original. Feels incredibly dated for an 80s movie, almost as if it was made in the 70s.